Apart from the rest, its song selections of bringing together popular choir songs, lengkhawm and hymns is worth mentioning.
I don’t remember the last time I heard a male singer singing Lengkhawm songs, L. Kamlova’s Aw Halleluiah sounds undisturbed and alright as any female singer would have do with it. “Khawvel thuaitu arsi ropui ber,/Bohna ram leh lungngaihna ram chun eng rawh”. But the sad part is that’s the only inclusion.
Its very format, a female voice and grouping of middle-age women, could turned off any interests to the album. However, A Min Siangthou Phat Un is able to rise above these limitations.
ECT Trio Next Generation’s I Want You More than Gold or Silver introduces Grace Siamte, Paulina Khongsai and Thiemnu Thangeo. The album bears the signature selection style of singing; the myriad dialects namely Thadou, Paite, Meitei, Hmar & others.
The album doesn’t suffer from maintaining an edge or style. The home-grown characteristic help maintain to grow its very own where it comes to arranging.
Dove Quartet Volume 2 – Ka Tan’ Vualzawlna encourage to celebrate the Love of God in every way of life.
Florence Vunglianching’s Kei Hon Len In braided well youthful attitude with evenly trending studio vocal, song writing and video editing. It is K Khamkhansiam arrangement that make this venture what it is.
NTBC Delhi’s Lalpa Kipaahna Ka Haatna Ahi advocates and balances in its approach in song selections; While it encourages local talent and gets the most out of it.